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in. this afternoon, the temperatures will be nice and mild and cool back down. kim brown, tell us about the traffic this morning. >> reporter: you will see a crash blocking one of the center are lanes. police are on the scene now. traffic will start to slow at providence road. you can see drivers have to get on the right shoulder to get around this. until you get a tow truck, that vehicle is facing almost the wrong direction or the opposite direction on the beltway. expect delays as you try to make your way towards 95. as we look at our drive times, minor delays from white marsh boulevard to the beltway. no problems southbound from shawon. it's starting to build just a bit from owings mills boulevard. jamie, back to you. >>> san bruno is a town that lives next door to the san francisco airport so it would be like glen burnie. >> you have been watching the incredible fire footage after a gas explosion last night. want to go to done guevara who is -- don guevara who is with us. the footage is incrediblep. >> jamie it is. we're near the epicenter of the massive explosion. at that si
months in a prison in iran, sarah shourd is back on u.s. soil and begging for the release of her two companions. >>> and bear attack, a washington man is savagely mauled while walking his dogs, as his wife steps in. >> oh, god, his head is all bashed in and he's dying. >> we'll talk with her exclusively about how she helped save his life early this monday exclusively about how she helped save his life early this monday morning, september 20th, 201. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. from new york. good to be back with all of you. i'm maggie rodriguez. good to be back with you, as well, harry. >> good morning. welcome back. >> thank you. >> baby pictures later, right? >> absolutely. >> can't wait for that. i'm harry smith. good morning, everybody. lots of news this morning especially in terms of hurricane igor. during the night bermuda just waking up to the devastation caused by the powerful storm, our dave price is here and he has the latest. dave? >> good morning, harry. here's what we know, slowly weakening continuing to pound bermuda, a huge storm but as it passed over the
in this parking area. neighbors pointed the area out to us and we found crime scene tape here as well. here's what police say happened next. >> they were trying to approach him to make contact with him. shots -- a shot was fired and the officer felt that he was in danger at that point and responded to that shot firing several rounds. >> reporter: but what exactly happened is not known for sure. police say the man, 28-year-old owe livier cohen -- olivier cohen was spotted with a rifle. it's unclear if he shot at the officers or that single shot heard was that of cohen shooting himself. still the officer felt the need to protect himself. >> the gunshot was heard by the officers that were responding and at this point everything of that nature is still under investigation by our criminal investigation division and some of those determinations are yet to be made. >> reporter: cohen was pronounced dead at the scene. the officer was not hit. the scene outside the cohen home in germantown friends of the family told us off camera that they have a hard time believing cohen would have attempted to harm a pol
to know more than enbridge what has caused this incident. we do strive for 0 incidents. this concerns us and we take it very seriously. >> the longer term clean-up still needs to be investigated, the impact to ground water, how far it's gone into the soil, that kind of thing. >> reporter: what needs no investigation, whether this spill will hit chicago drivers in the wallet. it's happening already. depending on where you fill your tank, gas prices are already up between 15 and 20 cents a gallon, with room to go even higher. if you think it's no big deal, just talk to a chicago cabby. >> it become very scary for us. >> reporter: it's likely to get scarier still, unless another way can be found to provide oil normally carried by this pipeline, or to get this fixed fast and the crude flowing again. >> bottom line, this is a big deal, especially for the chicago area, because this pipeline feeds four of the major refineries that produce gasoline around this area. >> reporter: and because of this spill, analysts say gasoline prices in the chicago land area are going up, while the rest of the n
tells us tonight, that probably is a much broader threat in baltimore. >> something that weighs people's minds every day. the fires on calhoun and kerri last night certainly caught their attention, but there is not much residents that live near vacant homes can do about it. they're calling on the city it do more to keep them safe. >> could what happened in west baltimore last night happen in east baltimore some other night? people who live along east north avenue say it already has, there have been several fires in vacant homes here. >> i heard that on the news last night, and it is like it shook me because it could have been me. >> eleanor anderson moved into a rooming house here about two months ago. she is recovering from drug addiction trying to find a job. in fact, she says years ago when she was using drugs she lived with several other people in an abandoned home. >> real scary, you know. i just took one day at a time. i mean, i just prayed and god just kept me safe in there. >> drug use, candles for light and heat, the risks for fire were numerous, and they still are. even thoug
each household will receive. >> with those funds, no strings attached. it's theirs to use in any way, shape or form that they want. we will not be asking them and had not ask them to sign any releases when they accept that. >> reporter: how much money each household will receive will be based in part on how severe the home was damaged. a red tag means $50,000. a yellow tag $25,000, and a green tag is $15,000. >> i lost the whole thing. i'm red tags. i have nothing. this is what i have. >> reporter: carol guernsey told us so far pg&e has held but debit cards for daily expense and the offer for up to $50,000 is much needed but that pg&e will have to do a whole lot more. >> we're living in a hotel and out of a bag. so, i think telecome through. so i think we can get all of the neighbors together and make them come through. >> reporter: this couple told us their hope is green tagged but say they're too shaken to move back in yet after seeing neighbors' homes reduced to ashes. >> lives that were lost. that's the hardest part. you can't put a price on it. >> reporter: do you applaud them >>> happy friday. thank you so much for joining us on this friday morning. i'm megan pringle. >> not just a friday. >> a purple friday. you want to explain why we are are not in purple? we made a conscious decision. >> we don't want to do it too early because monday is the big game. >> we're going to do purple monday. >> very good. you know i have one purple shirt. >> jamie has one tie that he wears the entire season. it gets a little funky if he wears it too much. thank you, i appreciate that. >> 9:45 the purple caravan should be up on lutherville and york road. >> this is the season to really talk about. then the trash talking with ray lewis. >> don't you love that? >> yes. >> so that's all going on here in town. the league for people with disabilities, david bloomberg's here. we have a big fund-raiser in town tomorrow for the family to come out. we'll tell you why they are doing it and where the money's going to go. >>> we also have a chef in our kitchen next door. tangiers right on boston street. great location and they will be making couscous. >> good. >> delicious. good is right. a
harassment need not iivolve touching. thii is clearly abuse. and tell us what you think.ccm sound off through facebook. send s a tweee@foxbaltimore. text your answer to 45203. enter fox 45 a for yes. and yyur response may air on the ú%ate edition" at 11:00. >> defrock priest will spend 18 months n home detention for abusing a boy in tte 70s. 74-year-old thooas bev vin of cascades was convict after entering a alforddplea to one ú%admit guilt but acknowledgesú% there is enough evidence to convict him. -n auuust the archdioceses of baltimore removed him as the pastor of a church of ssne patrick in come ber gland resident at one east baltimore the heat thanks to no ac.eling melindd roeder is streaming in east baltimore with why soomany people are feeling hospital and helpless. >> i am here t the van story branch apartments on west 20th. where a fire truck just pulled up. it appears to be a false alarm. but the folks that are standdng here out, have actually been out here all day, because they havv no air conditioning. many of them are eederly and disaabee, so havinn no air on a day like thi
today in hd. >> good morning. i am mindy basara. >> and i am stan stovall. thank you for joining us this morning. >> like the old nfl films there. "we went to the meadowlands. frozen tundra." you have to love that. we will do sports soon. >> i want to hear about the rain in the forecast. >> yes, it sure you do. temperatures are in the but on the cool side. you might want to take a light jacket with you. it will get warmer this afternoon. we will see high temperatures in the upper 70's and low 80's. a mix of sun and clouds. we will show with the seven-day forecast and give you the latest on the tropics. >> good morning. not a whole lot happening. looking good for the most part. 57 right around providence. a bit of a delay developing around liberty surely. everything in great shape on 70. another spot where it is beginning to get sluggish, shawan road. a very easy ride. about 11 minutes on the outer loop west side. eight minutes to travel up towards 83. this is the harrisburg expressway. it is building in volume. we switch over to 295 at 32. marc trains, a 41 running with a delayed be
for joining us, i'm megan pringle. >> i'm jamie costello. welcome back, justin berk. >> we've got another hurricane but this one well out into the atlantic and this one not going to impact us at least immediately and at least in the near term. we're looking at first off, after the first wet day in nearly three weeks morning clouds and some areas of fog. even dampness on the yownd that will dry out this afternoon, as the breeze gives us clearing sunshine and nice warm temperatures. there's hurricane igor. right now a very strong category 4 and could become a category 5 storm as we head on in through the afternoon or evening. we'll talk more about that coming up. this morning, just quiet around town. low clouds, areas of fog and 61 in baltimore. to 57 with fog over there in easton on the eastern shore. we're clear and we're quiet on maryland's most powerful doppler radar. five complete sweeps across the chesapeake and maryland, no rain today but early fog and clouds giving way to clearing. this afternoon's 2-degree guaranteed high of 82 with sunshine. >>> let's check the roads with kim. >>
morning, maryland," i'm jamie costello. >> i'm megan pringle. thanks for joining us. >> good morning, lynnette. >> good morning, jamie. we missed you yesterday, by the way. we're looking athe good weather for today. 76 degrees is the perfect temperature. we're going to be dry once again. that's the caveat in the forecast. a bit cooler so it lowers the risk for the fire potential, but it still is possible. so we have to watch that. so still no outdoor burning. more sunshine for today. those temperatures will be in the mid to upper 70s. save the best news for last is the fact that we need some rain and we could see that over the weekend. the timing's not that great but we need it. maryland's most powerful doppler radar not picking up any rain as of now. it will get more active as we head into the weekend. the temperature into easton is 55 degrees right now. we're looking at that humidity at 76%. the sustained winds are calm as of now. we have a gust up to 8 miles per hour. all of this will be picking up, the sustained winds as we go throughout the afternoon and morning time frame. the
us. >> how you feeling? >> great, how are you? >> great. >> a little tired from watching the game? >> no, i'm still living off that. like i played. huh? meteorologist justin berk with a look at our weather. >> want to break in the stadium, at least the second game. we had a good night last night, a good weather day yesterday and we're going to pick up on that as we head through this morning. good stuff, especially for those of you who are red-eyed this morning. you may want to put the shades on. we'll have a little sunshine mixed in with the clouds. we're still an hour away from sunrise or at least an hour and a half with the chill this morning in the 50s and low 60s. we warm up nicely this afternoon. then we'll talk about igor, still a category 4 and now sister julia, hurricane julia, renamed and upgraded earlier this morning. yesterday, we've got our time lapse imagery across baltimore. you can see we had a mix of clouds thrown into the sky but this morning 67 at oriole park camden yards. that is one of the warmest spots we can find. most of you start in the 50s. ellicott city 5
advertisements are notorious for stretching the truth. this political season no exception. a viewer sent us a -- what looked like a so-called official ballot here they received in the mail saying me felt it could -- they felt it could mislead voters. but the university of law school dean says political speech, rhetoric and satire are protected by the first amendment and it's up to the voter to decide the truth. >> most political rhetoric is aimed at a small and increasingly smaller middle. these people are more persuadable in part because they generally are ambivalent and in part because it turns out in many cases the middle, or the so-called middle is in fact imposed of people who are less tuned in to politics. >> reporter: graber says our society is so politically porlarrized right now it's hard to change peoples' minds once they are made up. >>> one of the nation's biggest political havanaweights is throwing his support behind robert ehrlich. john mccain announced his endorsement. he made the endorsement after a meeting of the u.s. naval academy board of visitors. sarah palin, is support
, wisconsin to bring us up to date. good morning, cindy. >> reporter: good morning, maggie. this earthen he levee is part of a series of dikes built mostly sand way back in the 1890s. sunday parts began to erode or give way as people in the historic town of portage are seeing the wisconsin river at its highest level since 1938. here in portage, the wisconsin river reached 20.5 feet sunday. that's even higher than the predicted crest, which forecastrs said wouldn't come until later today. 300 residents were asked to evacuate but those who stayed behind were trapped when local highways were shut down. >> they told us that we have -- that we had ten minutes to get out of there because they are blocking off all the roads back there. >> reporter: all this flooding was the result of extraordinarily heavy rains that fell across the upper midwest last week, as much as 10 to 12 inches in some areas. in the western wisconsin town of arcadia, some folks were allowed to return to their homes only to find their belongings water-logged. >> phone calls from a few friends letting me known flooding was occu
situation. >> reporter: folks who heard her remarks had this to say. >> gives us a new perspective on how people are being treated. >> she spoke directly to life, pain, the ability to be able to believe beyond what's possible. >> she said if you do things right from the beginning, it will work out in the end. >> we have to reach out, reach back and help. you know, you never know. you could be helping the second black president of the united states of america and next time she might be a woman. >> reporter: in the district karen gray houston, fox 5 news. >> ms. sherrod's plea to support of a new sundays aimed at highlighting individuals who have made a notable contribution to the nation and african american legacy. >>> a leesburg man now a murder suspect in the death of his wife. police got a call yesterday that the wife of steven combs- lafleur had fallen. when they arrived at their home on lime kiln road they realized she had been beaten and she decide on the scene. he's now charged with first degree murder. >>> four people are recovering now from a shooting in northwest just after midni
in the history of this country. you know they say time heals all wounds and i kind of say this every use. i don't know if it applies in this case looking at live pictures now of ground zero. still very raw. >> nine years later. >> hard to believe it has been nine years. coming up on this broadcast not only will we visit on the remembrance ceremony that takes place a bit later in the morning but also have an exclusive look at progress being made at ground soshgs the buildings are now starting to really kind of jump up off street level right now. >> something a lot of people wanted to see. >> you can see tangible progress finally. first normally a dave reflection and remembrance this year the anniversary marked also by controversy, the evangelical pastor who threatened to burn the koran as an actist protest against muslims is in new york this morning and we begin our coverage at ground zero this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. after a series of confusing and conflicting statements in florida, pastor terry jones told reporters last night he is always tal
the iran's president after mahmoud ahmadinejad suggested that the u.s. could be behind the 9/11 attacks. the president called the comments hateful. iran's president is not backing down. >> reporter: president obama has some strong words for iran's leader. >> it was offensive. it was hateful. >> reporter: the president is slamming mahmoud ahmadinejad for suggesting the u.s. government was behind the 9/11 attacks to prop up israel. the iranian president made the comment at the united nations thursday. >> particularly for him to make the statement here in manhattan, just a little north of ground zero where families lost their loved ones. for him to make a statement like that was inexcusable. >> reporter: mushing claims most of the world and most americans are suspicious about what happened at ground zero and says the u.s. government used 9/11 to justify two wars. >> under the pretext of that event two countries were invaded and up till now, hundreds of thousands of people have been killed as a result. >> reporter: president obama insists ahmadinejad does not represent the people of iran. >
. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> meteorologist john collins has a check of our forecast. first of all, it's friday. everybody stepped up to the plate. very nice. >> absolutely. we're kind of torn weatherwise. the temperatures are great. i mean, a little breezy yesterday, but we need some rain. it's getting dry out there. so we're going to try to please both sides of the fence here. we'll continue with the very nice temperatures going into the weekend, but also, providing a chance for some rain. but nonetheless, it is a chance for some rain. so you can see on our h.d. doppler radar, no rain over us. but back in the tennessee and ohio river valleys, you do see some showers and thunderstorms. that's the leftovers from that little tropical storm that ran through texas and the plain states. eventually we do get a chance of some rain out of that system. but it will take a while, so we'll talk about it, a pretty good forecast coming up in just a minute. but now we want to see how the traffic's doing this morning. and here's kim dacey. >> good morning, everyone.
[car horn honks] our outback always gets us there... ... sometimes it just takes us a little longer to get back. ♪ >> a pastor's threat to burn the quran. new information coming from a florida church tonight. >> because i dii it. >> a boy that beat cancer. the new medical echnology that helped him do it. >> it was a boom, booo,,and a massive explosion. >> a neighbbrhood leveled. the death toll and whht the investigation into the blastthas continue, and a chance for rain is moving in for the weekend. when we could finally seeewet forecast. >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am karen karen. controversy about a possible burning of the quran. fueled by the debate over a mosque at ground zero. >> national leaders weighed in. something speaking to the pastor -ehhnd the blan planning to bbrn the holy text. >> pastor jones said he would not go ahead itt the quran buuning event as hisself blows asked two hour deadline passedd3 without any word from a new york planning to withdraw plans at ground zero. t
nearby. >>> we welcome our viewers who are watching us around the country on wgn america. wgn's robert jordan is live in evanston with the top story today. >> reporter: thank you. this all began with an explosion at about 3:56 this morning in evanston. the police descended on the park here near the nichols school. they were unable to pinpoint the location of that explosion. but a person who was in the area was out walking his dog. he says he is not usually up that early in the morning. but the dog woke him and that's with a caused him to get up and take him out at that time. >> my dog woke me up. maybe a little before 4:00 this morning. loud boom. shook the windows and everything. >> reporter: the explosion jarred the sleeping neighborhood around 4:00 in the morning. almost an hour later dale wyatt was walking his dog buddha in the park near nichols school. then the dog began to pull at his leash. >> and i thought he was chasing a rabbit because he was determined and we got about 15 feet away and i could smell but like something. and i got closer and honestly i thought it was a mannequ
martin will soon hit the auction block in london. it comes with the fun toys sean connery used in the film like the bulletproof shield. the car is expected to go for $5 million. i love the bond movies. >> the machine gun is activated. >> the whole nine yards. they have $5 million to spend. i want to save a little money. what do you have in the next half hour. >> this is news for the rest of us. we will save green while being green. some downs on great green products. >> i'm with you. i love the bond films. >>> surveillance a video of an armed robbery in ashburn. the bandit asked for change and when the clerk opened the register, the man grabbed a knife, pulled out the money and ran. they think the same robber hit a hair cutterry and taco bell earlier this month. >>> 62year -old ronald burr jess was walking to work yesterday when the accident happened. the prince georges county officer said he never saw burgess coming and he was wearing dark clothing and was not in a cross walk. the department is investigating. >>> a woman struck by a car in adams morgan earlier this monday as d
. >> reporter: the police commissioner praised overall response. >> i would give us high marks for how it all perseided. there were missteps and no one caused anyone's safety. >> reporter: hop incans -- hopkins never closed. >> i was happy about the feed back and they were like, oh, my gosh, are you okay and seeing the sniper, i was like, wow, this is intense. >> reporter: the gun was so small, it could fit in the palm of your hand. at johns hopkins, i'm mike hellgren, eyewitness news. >>> and right now, the doctor, who's a father of two is still recovering and expected to survive. >>> stay with wjz-13 for a complete coverage of the shootings remember, wjz-13 is always on. for updates on the investigation and the doctor's condition, go to >>> we have breaking news to tell you about from overnight. several were injured in a four car accident on i-695 near perry parkway. the collision caused a car to flip over and one was hospitalized with nonlife threatening injuries and several were treated on the scene. one tried to flee the accident and he's facing charges. >>> and now on to anothe
and applause ] >> all right! >> man, they're all dressed up for us this morning. >> you guys look absolutely fabulous. i mean, i love the out fits. >> you get the fashion valentino awards there. well, it's fashion week. we're doing great, we're here from the full service plastic surgery center -- >> where are you. >> in towson and you can find us online at our website and give us a call. very good. what's the most popular procedure going now. that you can talk about. >> well, after people have been in the sun, people are getting their skin renewed and repaired and we do skin care and surgery. >> you do it all? >> yes, and this month, we'll be giving a portion of the proceeds to life bridge health walk for our kids. >> that's terrific. >> give yourselves a hand, that's out standing. >> thanks for coming down, ladies. we appreciate it. all right, here they are. [ laughter ] >> slots harry, luther's here, tony, joe, and the coach. >> good morning. >> you doing good? >> yeah, i'm fine. he's doing real good this morning. >> maestro, the music if you police. all right, we like to hear that. >> get
us live now from council. good morning, tracy. big day. >> it's going to be a big week and a big season headed into these elections as congress figures out whether or not to extend these bush tax cuts that are expiring at the end of the year. coming out of the weekend, republican leader john boehner who had been very critical of the president's plan signaled that he might support it in order to get something done before these tax cuts expires. but all hopes of a compromise were dashed when his party came out strongly yesterday and said that these tax cuts must be preserved for everyone, the poor, the middle class and, yes, the wealthy, those who make over $250,000. his party is not the only group that supports that. we now know of at least three democrats who say, look, this is the wrong time with our economy still not on good footing to raise taxes. we need to preserve these tax cuts for everyone. so it's a fight not only against republicans, but against some members of the democratic party, as well. lynn. >> tracy potts for us in washington. tracy, thank you. >>> and across the
their election eve speeches. >> joining us live from the newsroom, carey has the details. >> the race is so tight, both spend the night pressing for more votes. both have learned important endorsements, but neither could sway the editorial board of "the jewish times." >> sticking to familiar territory on the eve of the primary election, the baltimore county primary executive candidate flashed his times as he counted down the tower until the polls opened. >> this is my home district that i have represented for the last 16 years. >> over in woodlawn, baronfelder appeared at a community meeting to tell the voters how is best suited to run the county. >> i get energized and it keeps me going, which is why i am running. >> a career farmer, he is endorsed by county fire unions. >> i do not think you need to be a lawyer to be a ceo. . i have been in the legislature before this. >> camanintz highlights his endorsements to prove that he is right for the county. >> i have the knowledge and experience. >> a positive message of keeping neighborhoods safe, schools strong with efficient and modern governments.
stay with us for the very latest. live from miichell courthouse, i'm megan gilliland. ffx 45 morning news. >>> investigators innhoward countt believe a domestic dispute led to a possible murder-suicide in ellicott set. regional van grrde so the to deaah on saturday night. the unmarrieddcouple lived with ttree young children who wereeat home at the time of the shooting. >> interviewing young children and having ttem be witnesses to a ccrme is veryydisturbing. >> nvestigaaors are waiting for exact cause of deatt. >>> the first man convicted under maryland's gang law is granted a new trial after allegations of jury misconduct. a city judged declared a ú%strial in the case of jew wan marshal. marshal as facinn life in prison plus an additional 20 yearssfor his gang ties. now his condition has been vac 8eache vacated after a judge heard that a jury lookee up marshal's record onnine. >>> paul palmer was being transported to central booking on friday whee he managed to get ouu of plasticchandcuffs and run off. investigators believe that he fled the city and maybe headed to waahington or
that destroyed a dozen row homes earlier in the week. abc 2 news linda so tells us how it's drawing attention to the dangers that lurk all over the city. >> reporter: vacant homes, there are a lot of them in the city. after what happened earlier this week in west baltimore with the fires, people believe it could happen in their block as well. they are calling on the city to do more to keep them safe. there have already been several fires in vacant homes there. years ago when eleanor was using drugs, she lived with several people in an abandoned home. drug use, lighting candles for heat and light all pose a serious risk for fire. >> when the buildings get on fire, it do travel and spread onto the old houses because they're real old, you know? i think about it every day. >> reporter: housing officials say they look for ways to rehabilitate the properties but when the safety threat outweighs the benefit, they often demolish them. linda so. >>> today, the mayor and governor will begin demolishing the so-called highway to nowhere. remember in the 1970s, it was built as a plan to connect interstat
for the transportation depaatment says that the data they used is old 2008 and itú included the me approximate trougentire metto areaand ot j. >> it'' not a fair representation, given tth fact that we have concentrated on our roadways in the lass three years ask we continue to do that. %-looks bumpy because accordingo the u.s. department of transportation in theenext 15 years it'sin goiig to cost $188 billion to fix all of the roads..3úwhere does baltimore rd atlanta and jacksonville justhb. one percent of the roads in ad condition. joel d smith, fox 45 morning -ews. >>> i don't what is worre that story or this story. some creepy crawll critttrs invade a maryland library. they found bed bugs in bookk. this is one you are going to see it abbut a alf a dozen bugs collected from a couple of children's books in the drop off those books and all the others within that day were bait in the back of a truck. ú%survive in tempeeatures above 120 degrees. lucky they ccught the bugs before they became a infesstation. ccrculation supervisor who was worring that task used to work in the hospitality indu
. >> reporter: home for lee was this house on kimberly street in wheaton. neighbors tell us he'd been renting a back room for the past several months. >> sort of unemotional, didn't seem like he wanted to interact much, very friendly neighborhood. people say hi, wave. just didn't seem to have that interest in socializing. >> i never saw him smile, always bitter, always serious looking. >> reporter: next-door neighbor onic mutafian said lee had a soft spot for squirrels, but even that caused trouble. >> from day one i had a bone to pick with him. i wanted him to stop feeding the squirrels so the rats won't -- it was a massive problem here for us. >> reporter: it appears james lee moved to maryland from california simply to channel his anger about the environment directly toward discovery. montgomery state's attorney john mccarthy. >> he paid homeless people to protest along with him. he would as an incentive if you yelled the loudest, he would give you a bonus of cash. >> reporter: mccarthy says what inspired lee to start tossing $20,000 in cash into the air in silver spring in february, 2008
's going to kind of skirt south of us. as it does, it may kick off a shower on sunday. it may. it's not a huge percentage chance. i'm not ready to write any sunday off. 75 degrees today and abundant sunshine and pleasant. clear and on the cooler side. tomorrow, we'll move it up to 79 degrees. monday, tuesday and wednesday, 82, monday and tuesday. 76 degrees wednesday. normal high is 80 degrees now. that's a tropical depression igor. and 35 miles per hour winds. by the middle of next week, in the center of the convergence zone. still far from the vacation islands. still, midweek, no watches and warnings up. right now, it's a map curiosity. >>> how about the hurry up with sharon. >>> well, no concerns at all. the volume's light and no accidents. we'll see how long that will last. taking a look at the speeds and the drivetimes, everything's up to par with the drivetimes on the beltway. taking a live look at the topside of the beltway. we're getting busier at harford road. still, no delays. same situation at old fort road. this is brought to you by your toyota dealer. toyota, moving f
word. >> one we should all use today. >> like turning starbucks products into gold. >> or sand. >> i think it is. another great story from the west coast we will be talking about in a little bit. bill clinton, somehow managing to get right smack-dab in the middle of that california gubernatorial campaign. he's not even trying. this guy, jerry brown and bill clinton, these guys just hate each other and impacting that race. >> here's my guess, although bill clinton is now in the middle of that race spiritually, my guess is physically, corporately, he may not be at jerry brown's side campaigning on his behalf before november 2nd. >> jerry brown, i forgot this, he refused to endorse bill clinton in 1992, after clinton had locked down the nomination. >> it's true. >> jerry brown, the first guy to bring up whitewater. jerry brown, a guy that bill clinton, just to set the back story, remember the '92 debate, where clinton gets read -- how dare you attack my wife? before we get to the news. >> it's primary day -- >> hold on. i got you guys some gifts, really quickly. >> oh. >> tuscaloosa. th
, the capital, was under water and littered with debree. residents of bermuda, long used to tropical weather, left the streets deserted. >> safety first. we can always rebuild. we already know to rebuild. >> reporter: in fact bermuda has a strict building cones. walls must be at least eight inches thick able to withstand winds of 08 miles an hour. >> i'm not scared at all. i think it's an awesome force of nature. if you can experience it, that is amazing. >> reporter: officials will be in bermuda to assess the damage. so far, there's no word of any serious injuries. >> the first warning weather coverage continues. bob? >> right now igor is about 400 miles northeast of bermuda, so they have sunshine. it's still a category one, minimal category one. it's moving northeast at 26 miles an hour. see that little dot there. that is, in fact, bermuda, it passed at 40, 45 miles west of bermuda. also in the tropics, julia is weak and is moving off to the east. it's not going to affect any and. here's another area, africa, which will be tracking. it could become a tropical depression by tomorrow, but it
a bit. the waves are starting to pick up. sherry ly is in ocean city for us. we'll check in with her a little bit later on. i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> i'm sarah simmons in for steve chenevey. he will be along a little bit later on today. we want to check in with tucker. we saw hurricane earl kicking up the as out there. >> the latest advisories still 105 miles per hour. gusts to about 115. looks like it will remain intact for the next several hours. shall we take a look at it. >> let's do it. >> let's look at the hillary clinton as it is making its presence felt. the good news is the eye of the storm looks to stay just off the coast here. it is now about 85 miles east of cape hatteras, north carolina. there you go. can you see it lifting off to the north-northeast at about 18 miles per hour. it is actually racing off to the north. cloud cover across the washington area. this radar is overdoing the rain here in d.c. but we do have some bands of rain across the lower eastern shore. you know, i wouldn't say it is impossible that some of our southern and eastern viewers won't see some rain
of us are washing our hands. a study in the "usa today" found 85% of adults say they wash their hands in public restroom rooms. however, when it comes to the sexes, the study says only 77% of men wash compared with 93% of women. >>> it is 8 after the hour. ahead a health alert about peripheral artery disease. it can be deadly if you don't know the warning signs. in three minutes, what you need to look out for. and learn about free testing coming up later this week. >>> right now our ocuss on maryland's weather and traffic. here's howard. >> no fog this morning. that's good. a little cool to start but we are in for a good looking tuesday an here. we start the day with 60s and even 50s out in parts of western maryland by 9:00 in the 860s 860s. -- angie has the maryland tuesday traffic. >> that's right. sky 9 is hovering over the roads. a live look at conditions on 4 t 5 near the georgia avenue exit. right now we are watching congestion build on the outer loop. that's the right of the screen making your way from new hampshire avenue to this spot. we are lacking a plus five minutes and gr
and collapsed, 11 lives were lost. and oil began to seep into the gulf, the start of the worst spill in u.s. history. 150 days later, it is quiet with no ceremonial fanfare. government scientists say that the final seal, 74 barrels of cement, once stood over night pressure tests and that the well will never leaked again president obama acknowledged the work that has been done and perhaps the most difficult job that lies ahead. "we will continue to work closely with the people of the gulf, to rebuild their livelihoods, and restore the environment that supports them. my administration will see our communities, businesses, and fragile ecosystems through this difficult time." those are difficulties that continue to wash up along the gulf coast. while crews may have permanently stop the flow of oil, it does not mean that there is not oil in the water. you do not have to go that far or look that far to find it. cleanup teams fight every day. it seems that the oil is still winning the battle. >> i have been taking people up and down the shoreline for weeks, months now, watching the cleanup. it jus
son william, skaechbility the family of 81 year elizabeth torrez tells us she was one of the 4 people killed but the coroner not confirmed her identity. officials have rae leased the names of 3 of the dead and they include 44-year-old jacqueline and her 13-year-old daughter and the woman on the right scene with her boyfriend gomez. he was badly burned trying to rescue her. that young man was horribly wounded trying to save his girlfriend. suddenly he needed saving himself. and family rush to go escape the danger risked their laivs to help him. carolyn takes their story vl. >> we first met tammy the day after the explosion. talking about a neighbor. >> that skin just rolling all of him. and in critical condition. >> that's where the house was, >> that's where the house was, ya. >> horrible. >>reporter: tonight tammy, >>reporter: tonight tammy, her husband meek and their daughter amanda showed us what used to be their neighbor's house. it is gone but he's alive. they believe the explosion blew 19-year-old joseph gomez nearly 300 feet to their door step. >> he still had sm
they have a serious problem. >> stop that engine. we have no water in the hydrant. they need to go into us. >> cope that. engine 38 go ahead. >> we think we have a broken water main down here so they need to lay in from the corner of san bruno avenue. >>reporter: firefighters have to stand back and watch while long hoses are run to working hydrant or supplemental water is trucked in. of. >> engine 33 on command 31 what's the eta for water? >> looking at 10 minutes. >>reporter: too long and too dangerous to wait. >> engine 51 we are going to disconnect hose lines and back up to a safer position until we get water. >> that's affirmative. still i want you to back all the people up. every company that is back there, back them up to safe position. >>reporter: even when there is good news it comes with a bad. >> leave a message to command. we have an active hydrant at can clairemont and concord. also patient with severe third degree burns at the 1500 block of clairemont. we will require an ambulance at that location. >> we are at a school on cress view and currently there is a grove of e
. >> the plastic flex cuffs that we commonly use, he was able to maneuver his hand out during the process. >> reporter: was eli ing that he had a hand injury? >> we believe that he fabricated the injury in an attempt to escape police custody. this is not a common occurrence. the individual complained of a medical injury. >> reporter: the investigation will have to wait, now priority number one is finding palmer and getting him back in custody. >> he could do it again, do it again, and again and again if he gets a chance. i mean, you know, he's dangerous. quicker they find him the better. >> reporter: city police have several officers on the streets looking for this man. palmer does have a criminal history including theft and assault. reporting from city police headquarters kelly mcpherson wjz eyewitness news. >>> baltimore city police are asking anyone who may have seen him to give them a call. >>> a pasadena man is behind bars charged with trying to drag a young woman from the b and a trail and trying to rape her. 21-year-old michael johnson was arrested. a neighbor called after hear
around 4:00 this afternoon when the house that used to sit at the end of a group of homes collapsed. >> a team of firefighters picked to the ruins of the collapsed a row house, of brick by brick, hoping they would not find anyone trapped in the rubble. >> we had to manually pulled a lumber and bricks to make sure that there was no one there. >> several hours of searching revealed that no one was trapped inside the remains of the vacant home. people live and work nearby said the structure had been deteriorating for years. >> they should take these buildings down. once the water gets into them, it is just a matter of time before they fall down. >> windy weather may have played a role in the collapse. neighbors fear that it is only a matter of time before other abandoned warehouses crumble. >> they have sat empty for years. don't just let them sit there. eventually, the same thing will happen again. eventually, somebody is going to get hurt. >> a spokeswoman reacted to those concerns, telling us that the reality is that vacant housing is abundant. we do our best to maintain, monitor pr
people to come to the studio at this hour. so far, no luck. i'm glad you're up with us watching on msnbc or listening live on sirius xm radio. shoot me an e-mail, waytooearl you can do what oprah and gail do, text your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later in the show. i know you're watching, gail. the next few minutes will be the cram session for tuesday, september 14. a lot going on, including new surveillance video of the explosion that leveled an entire neighborhood outside of san francisco last week. plus -- with absolutely no chance to win whatsoever, nancy pelosi's republican opponent goes for shock value, comparing the speaker of the house to the wicked witch of the west. we'll show you the ad in a few minutes. but first, get to the news here live in new york city. voters in seven states and the district of columbia head to the polls to finalize ballots for the november elections. across the country, a theme is playing out where the tea party is hoping to cash in on the anger against the establishment in general. in the delaware republican prima
. >> reporter: after searching through and using thermal imaging they found in evidence anyone was inside or hurt. the building inspectors are still trying to determine the cause of the collapse. >> not a wash out around the area but definitely a lot more rain than we are used to. some parts of the area even had tornado warnings. the big question, how much longer will it stay around? wyatt is here with the look at the forecast. >> reporter: much needed rain and we were happy to see it to a point. the problem is we had more than we needed in many areas prompting flash flood warnings. now a watch that will go through tomorrow morning. let's break it down. first show you that again most of central maryland. basically from frederick down to southern maryland under a flood watch and the counties along the bay on the western shore facing a coastal flood advisory. the most powerful radar. we are tracking more rain in out of 9 south but the heaviest on the eastern shore where there is not a flood watch and that will be pushing up into new jersey. the five sweep mode on the radar just not a lot i
. may get rain and probably could use more. let's take a look. quiet and pretty night out there. the stadium, the purple glow baby. yeah. just a little brighter this evening for whatever reason. 63 degrees. 78% humidity. winds calm. it's a quiet night weather wise it's about as quiet as you get out there. nice day in parksville. blue skies generally the run. kind of a nice sapphire sky pushing toward sunset. getting earlier and earlier these days. 7:20 in the evening. then teak you out to carol county. deep blue skies. want to show you some of the numbers today. neighborhood by neighborhood. not a widespread. norrisville 79. about the hottest spot on the map. out towards fredricks and clarksville. upper 80's there. less than a ten degrees range. most of us were in those mid to low mid80's around the baltimore area. temperature wise 63 baltimore, 66 wilmington and 55 cool degrees in work right now. there will be cool spots come daybreak. hanging on into a warm night. on the whole the numbers today, couple degrees above average. cool era long the bay. annapolis and cambridge in th
elections, it could reach a boiling point. nbc's tracie potts joins us live now from capitol hill. good morning. >> reporter: it is clear the battle lines are drawn despite what we saw yesterday may have been a hint of compromise between republicans and the democratic party. republican john boehner hinting he might support president obama's plan to extend tax cuts only forethose who make up to $250,000. not for people who make more than that. but the republican party, other member, came back and made it very clear that they want these bush tax cuts extended for everyone, including the so-called wealthy, because they say those are the job creators in our society. jobs that right now are so desperately needed. interestingly, it's not a completely partisan fight, because at least three democrats agree that these cuts should be extended for everyone until the economy is on better footing. so we're looking at two deadlines coming up. first of all, the cuts expiring by the end of the year and, also, the effect of this election coming up in just a few weeks in november. lynn? >> absolutely. tr
everne. and he forgets the little people. and the little people are those who have less than us. you can't forg them. because you know what, they're going to rise, and today they're going to rise. >> he's disconnected. even fenty sporters acknowledge that that's become the perception. but not necessarily the reality. >> we all have dierent personali personalities, but we have to look at the facts. the city's better four years later. whether you look at crime, whether you look at educaon. whether you look at development. >> reporter: neil timmons agrees. >> he's done a pretty good job over the course the last few years that he's been mayor. that's how they're attacking him, he's detached. so what? so's everyone else. that's the best you can do? he's going to do a good job. >> reporter: style or substance, performance or personality. for som voters, it was pretty tough to sit trough it all. >> a bunch of none sense, but i listen to the facts. most of the fact than the drama. just look at the facts of at they can do for d.c. >> now, if as every poll has suggested, adrian fenty does lose to
open this morning in seven states and in washington, d.c. that's where emily schmidt joins us now, live, with a preview. and, emily, tea party candidates are getting a lot of attention today. >> reporter: this is the focus on them today. rob and vinita, good morning to you. republicans hoping to unseat democrats in november.but today, but today, and first, tea party candidates are hoping to oust some of the gop favorites. the biggest stage for a potential upset today is in delaware. >> how are you doing? >> reporter: on this primary day in seven states, some candidates worry this may not be the year to be a party favorite. >> i actually have a conservative voting record, as far as finances are concerned, in congress. and while i'm a moderate, that's generally on the social issues. >> reporter: in democrat-dominated delaware, gop leaders think eight-term congressman mike castle is their only hope to win vice president biden's old senate seat. instead, castle is in a fight race with christine o'donnell. she has ran before. but this time, she has tea party backing. >> republicans are backi
. no records of such calls. diana avillar tells us there were other signs of trouble. >> reporter: this is exhibit a in the ntsb's investigation. the 28-foot long pipeline at the center of the san bruno explosion. >> we want to know, was it a fatigue factor associated with pressurizing and depreciatizing the pipe which could eventually break it. >> reporter: now comes information the pipeline was known to be potentially dangerous. in a 2007 document the owner, pg & e said the pipeline ranks in the top 100 risks of and risk of failure at this location is unacceptably high. the document was part of a budget request to replace the line. monday pg & e refute the their own report. they said the line had been tested as recently as this march. >> this one not listed as one of the high-risk sections of the pipeline. >> reporter: the california public utilities commission ordered the company to inspect all 6,400 miles of existing pipeline, that run directly beneath homes. crumbling infrastructure is not just california's problem. according to the agency overseeing the nation's pipelines,
:00. workers inside were using hydrofluoric acid a highly deadly and toxic acid when the spill occurred. when city fire crews arrived they found a lot of acid in a very small space. >> upon the arrival they were met by employees who reported approximately 5-gallons spilled hydrofluoric acid inside the building. for evaluation by our hazmat pacific force revealed closer to 50 to 55-gallons of hydrofluoric said spilled inside this building. >> fully suited hazmat teams spent hours applying soda ash to neutralize the acid. no one seriously hurt in this incident. >> thanks rosie. a howard county man is charged with homicide and arson after last night's fire at a columbia apartment. police say that 34-year-old damon white stabbed his ex-wife thelma wynn before intentionally setting fire to the apartment on majors lane. police now say they have more evidence in the case. >> we don't have specific details about those pieces of evidence, we are analyzing a knife and the fire investigators have seen evidence inside the apartment that the fire was intentionally set. >> police say he is in stable c
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